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Sevier River Sponsored by
Date 06-Dec-19
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Conditions : SIEVER RIVER: Marysvale - Winter Forecast: Flows are low, meaning you'll need to tread lightly to avoid spooking fish. Surface ice is also very common and may make fishing a bit difficult. Trout can get sluggish during the winter but may still provide fair fishing, especially on warmer days. Visit www.sevierriver.org to see real-time flow.

Black Canyon - Small and medium-sized brown trout are abundant, with the occasional fish exceeding 20 inches. Winter Forecast: Flows are low, meaning you'll need to tread lightly to avoid spooking fish. Spring inflow keeps most of Black Canyon free of ice. Trout can get sluggish during the winter but may still provide fair fishing, especially on warmer days.

Kingston - Winter Forecast: Flows are low, meaning you'll need to tread lightly to avoid spooking fish. Surface ice is also very common and may make fishing a bit difficult. Trout move out of slowing-moving sections in the winter due to low oxygen. Focus on reaches with some gradient as they're likely to have less ice and better oxygen conditions. Trout can get sluggish during the winter but may still provide fair fishing, especially on warmer days. Visit www.sevierriver.org to see real-time flow.

Upper East Fork - Winter Forecast: Winter fishing is almost nonexistent due to poor access and ice cover. We have begun work to restore native Bonneville cutthroat trout in this drainage. Blubber and Upper Kanab creeks were recently treated with rotenone to remove non native fish. Fishing opportunities will be limited in those streams until cutthroat trout establish over the next 3-4 years.

Reported by: Utah D.W.R


Species Hatches: Patterns Lures & Spinners
  • Brown trout
  • cutthroat trout
  • rainbow trout
  • and mountain whitefish

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About: - EAST FORK SEVIER RIVER, Garfield and Kane County. Upstream from Tropic Reservoir, this stream is located on the Dixie National Forest. It is accessible by gravel road and contains primarily brook trout and cutthroat trout. A number of tributary streams in this area are also fishable. Further downstream, in the Black Canyon area, the stream contains mostly brown trout, with some rainbow and cutthroat trout. This area is accessible by the county road between Antimony and Bryce Canyon. Much of the lower stream is on private land, but some access is available on state trust lands, BLM, and Utah Wildlife Resources property.

ASAY CREEK, MAMMOTH CREEK -  Asay Creek west of Highway 89 is on private land and access is restricted. Public access is possible on much of Mammoth Creek west of Highway 89. Special regulations apply to a section of Mammoth Creek, check the proclamation for details. When the outlet gates are shut on Piute Reservoir the river will clear up in Marysvale Canyon and can provide some good winter fishing for brown and rainbow trout.


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